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Student Faculty Ratio
Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.97 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.87 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.85 responses
Most Popular Majors
Hospitality and Tourism Management226 Graduates
Human Services192 Graduates
Electrical Engineering Technician177 Graduates
Information Studies169 Graduates
Design and Visual Communications143 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities103 Graduates
Mechanical Engineering Technician92 Graduates
Computer Engineering Technician80 Graduates
Architectural Engineering Technician79 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
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CUNY New York City College of Technology Reviews
The New York City College of Technology provides students with a diverse culture of students and professors. This culture helps other students understand more about students with different backgrounds and can develop a strong relationship with one another. Furthermore, this college provides students with easy access to multiple rooms where students can study, write papers, and do group projects without any distractions. Although the college is near downtown Brooklyn where plenty of traffic takes place it provides the students to get use to a fast life style while attending a college in New York City. The surroundings of the college can also help students obtain internships at many company's that have a strong relationship with the New York City College of Technology. Things that this college can improve is providing more space where the students would not have to counter congestion during the morning and afternoon commute.
I joined city tech in the fall semester of 2016, even before the start of the semester ,the admission department of the school made my admission procedures easy, with constant check ups and following up on my progress. before the first day of the semester we had an orientation, which was very interesting, informative and interactive to me, and was ran by fellow city tech students which was great . During the semester the professors were very welcoming, and ready to lend a listening ear and hand for every class I was in, till the end of the semester, just like all other college experiences, it was stressful but with the professors and school student activities , it made my first semester there fun and successful education wise. What I hope the school improves on is for the student help center to have more active call services, cause my call has been kept on hold almost every time, and also improvements on the bathrooms would be nice, but over all city tech is awesome!
My experience with CUNY New York City College of Technology so far has been outstanding. New York City College of Technology offers a wide range of majors with adviors who do more than they need to in order to help students stay on track. The professors I had at this college are exceptional. The professors genuinely want students to learn and prepare students for what will come, when we get to into our career. One thing I think New York City College of Technology can improve on is expanding their business program in Accounting into more than a two year program. I am currently a Accounting Major student and I would love to see New York City College of Technology have a four year program in Accounting. The professors in this department teach with such passion in Accounting and I learned beyond what I thought I was going to, going into the program. It would such a honor to continue my education with New York City College of Technology after my two year program.